The debate "We would be working backwards if there was no technology" was started by
February 19, 2015, 9:01 pm.
14 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 9 people are on the disagree side.
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BloodyCarousel, I_Voyager, LeaderOfDiscussion, Biotic, Blindness, Noel, stantinou93, Trance and 6 visitors agree.
Aakanksha, Bailz, Wantonjon, PsychDave and 5 visitors disagree.
If there was no technology, we would still be working forward towards it. There was a time before every technology we use today. Even without computers, cars, printing presses, and phones people tried to make the world better by finding new and better ways to do things.
Before tractors, people had to use oxen to plow fields. It was more time and labor consuming, which limited how much food could be farmed. As technology progressed, modern farming equipment came about and now there is lots of food available in much of the world.
Technology doesn't determine whether humanity is working forwards or backwards, it is a side effect of humanity moving forwards.